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Re: For thought: "Perl in the greater context of (me and) the software business

by Anonymous Monk
on Mar 20, 2013 at 09:34 UTC ( #1024486=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to For thought: "Perl in the greater context of (me and) the software business

It's like groundhog day with you. Your posts are either bland marketing doublespeak or wildly inaccurate technical advice. Each time you post this fantasy someone calls you on it, proving you wrong. Hours later you're posting the same false technical advice to people, ignorning the fact that it's been established that you don't know what you're talking about. You then preach (time and time again, bringing nothing new to the argument) that we should remove features that impcat YOU, such as downvotes, the worst voted post of the year, and anonymous posting. It's obvious that you want these to go because the impact you, making you look worse than you already are. Day in day out you post proving that you are not able to be making technical decisions for trivial problems, let alone for huge systems or codebases you claim to work on. You claim to be an expert, yet have no demonstrable skill in any aspect of software, computing or enginnering. Have fun talking the talk to the poor schlubs who you're conning out of money. You do the industries you claim to represent a great disservice


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Re^2: For thought: "Perl in the greater context of (me and) the software business
by sundialsvc4 (Abbot) on Mar 20, 2013 at 18:36 UTC

    SPOCK:   Fascinating ...

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